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Famed for his skill as an archer, Arjuna was a pivotal figure in the Indian epic, the Mahabharata. But it was as a youth that Arjuna first displayed the uncanny concentration that would subsequently make him a hero.
Arjuna may be a little on the in your face side. Is that really a problem? Through out the series I can see that the director and writers have chosen issues that are real and need to be considered straight away. This would attribute to the in your face approach.
It has a good solid storyline. I think it could have dragged on for another three or four episodes. I found the last disk was for too abrupt and could have been better it they took their time.
The characters are also interesting, Chris especially.
The animation was not he great considering it's budget. I think they wanted to emphasize about raw beauty and that is why the animation does no suit it's spending.
The music is totally awe inspiring. Not the best Kanno though leave that for Cowboy Bebop or Wolf's Rain.
All in all it is superb if you have the heart to appreciate the fact that this is an important issue that needs the attention that the show gave. 10/ 10
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